David Pollard

9th May 2018
Iadera, a five star resort near Zadar, Croatia

What’s it all about Modern five-star design style hotel built in 2011 and situated on the shores of the Mediterranean a 20-minute drive from the City of Zadar. Why Go...

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31st January 2018
Anse Chastanet says “Bulawoo”

So, what is all the ‘Bulawoo’ at Anse Chastanet? New to the Treehouse Restaurant is our latest menu option ‘Bulawoo’ which translated from Creole means ‘small fish’. It’s a bit...

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5th January 2018
InterCaribbean spreads its wings over St Lucia

InterCaribbean the Turks and Caicos based airline continues to grow its network and February will see its first arrival into St Lucia. Travel agents and tour operators tend to look...

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23rd June 2017
Just another day

If James Bond was looking for the right spot to leap from a plane, fall casually and then splash into an ornate pool of multi-coloured glass tiles to the mild...

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19th June 2017
Stepping Out

St Nicolas Abbey. The first and most shocking thing to know is it is not an abbey, never has been and there are no monks from a long-forgotten order distilling...

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13th June 2017
The upside to jet lag

The only pleasure I can think of when it comes to jet lag is waking up early when flying to the Caribbean. The mid-afternoon arrival time ensures you’re in your...

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Deadman's Beach
13th June 2017
It’s never been easier to reach Peter Island (Paradise comes a little closer)

Not so long-ago Peter Island in the Virgin Islands was the place to holiday for those in the know. For some the Caribbean began only after an ‘onward flight’ from...

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The Terrace
27th May 2017
Reflections on the pace of change at the Coral Reef Club in Barbados

I first stayed at the Coral Reef Club in the 1990’s before Plantation Suites, Luxury Cottages or the Spa. My abiding memory was the drive through the grounds, with towering...

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6th September 2016
Italian Style

With Italian ownership it will come as no surprise that the cuisine at The Inn is distinctly influenced by the Italian kitchen. Unusually for a Caribbean hotel, the Inn wherever...

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